IDEA Volume 61
IDEA®: The Law Review of the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property
IDEA is published three times a year by the students of the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law. For more than 50 years, IDEA has provided practical articles relating to patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret, unfair competition, general intellectual property, and law and technology issues from around the world.
Issue: Volume 61, Number 1
- Fair Use, The Internet Age, and Rulifying the Blogosphere, Michael P. Goodyear
- The "Inventive Concept" Test for Patent Eligibility Contravenes Congressional Intent, by Andrew F. Halaby
- The Case for Integrating Copyright with the Constitutional Right to Eduction in Nigeria and Developing Countries, by Samuel W. Ugwumba
- Taking a Slide of the Pie: An Empirical and Theoretical Inquiry on Allegedly Challengeable Inventorships, by Claire Wan-Chiung Cheng & Jeffrey Wu
Issue: Volume 61, Number 2
- Can We Reliably Value IP Rights: A Model Process for Valuation, by Raymond J. Friel
- A Right That Should've Been: Protection of Personal Images on the Internet, Eugenia Georgiades
- Expanding the Public Domain after Georgia v. Public.Resources.Org., Inc., Debora Halbert
- Is "Link Tax" an Ending of Online Freedom? Comparision with the U.S. and E.U. New Directive, Yufei Xiao
- Incentivizing Innovations and Reclaiming Balance in the Pharmaceutical Industry: A Case for Secondary Patents, Meredith E. Foor
Issue: Volume 61, Number 3
A NOTE FROM THE EDITORS
The articles contained within this publication are authored by distinguished individuals who presented at IDEA’s Fall 2020 Symposium on Race & Intellectual Property. Please be advised that some of the articles contained within this publication include highly offensive images and derogatory language. While we understand that these may cause serious offense, our editorial team and authors have elected to include them for the purposes of providing a more accurate representation and preserving the academic record of the subject matter explored within.
- Who Are You Wearing? Avatars, Blackface, and Commodification of the Other, Willajeanne F. McLean
- Open-ish Government Laws and the Disparate Racial Impact of Criminal Justice Technologies, Ben Winters
- The Belated Awakening of the Public Sphere to Racist Branding and Racist Stereotypes in Trademarks, Fady J.G. Aoun
- Temporality in a Time of Tam, or Towards a Racial Chronopolitics of Intellectual Property Law, Anjali Vats
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